Wood Lamps and Lighting(54 items)
Welcome to the Wood Lamps and Lighting Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Wood Lamps and Lighting
LOVE these guys!! A pair of well made, beautifully painted red elephants with tea lights included. I love that you get two, so you could keep one and give one away. Or not ?
This is a beautiful addition to our home :)
This item arrived carefully wrapped and exactly as pictured. The artist uses quality materials and fine craftsmanship. Novice and its artisans never fail to please our family and friends.
I purchased the large coral candleholder for my parents 35th anniversary, and it is absolutely stunning! The quality of work is great, and it was exactly as pictured/described. I love the piece.
Popular Wood Lamps and Lighting
Rustic Wood and Reclaimed Iron Candle Sconce from Mexico, "Rustic Glow"$57.99
Adding a rustic charm to any home, this wall-mounted candle sconce from Mexico is created by Ricardo Guerra. He reclaims pieces of hammered iron, which include studs and railway spikes, and attaches them to a rustic piece of ash. Two small cups hold candles. A ring on either side of this candle holder allows it to be hung on a wall.
Hand-carved Wood Tealight Candleholders (pair), "Light of Yin Yang"$25.99
The soft glow of tealights in Yin and Yang candleholders shed light on the interconnectedness between positive and negative energies. Carved of mango wood in contrasting shades, the candleholders are crafted by Thailand's Saifon. Two tealights are included.
Wood Paisley Shaped Tealight Candle Holder, "Paisley Allure"$25.99
Reminiscent of the wooden blocks used in traditional block-printing, this mango wood tealight holder adds Indian flair to any setting. Presented by Arti Sharma, who works with local artisans, the paisley-shaped tealight holder is carved by hand and accented with white paint to highlight the designs. A round depression holds a standard tealight candle (included).
Hand Made Wood Candleholder (Medium), "Coral Light"$109.99
"For this candleholder, I wanted to combine the natural grain of mango wood with two different materials, glass and pewter," confides Jaifah Aksornsri. His design comes alive under the soft glow of a candle as it illuminates an ornate coral tree.